Proof Positive: Guacamole Margarita

A deliciously light and easy-to-make summer libation packed with flavor.


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Guacamole Margarita

Courtesy of Don Circle, mixologist at Bar Henry in Manhattan, NY.

2 ounces Camarena Tequila
½ ounce Cointreau
Juice of a lime half
Touch of Agave nectar
2 ounces Guacasalsa (purée of avocado, red onion, cilantro, jalapeno, lime)
Cherry tomato, for garnish
Jalapeño slice, for garnish
Tortilla chip, for garnish

Combine ingredients in shaker with ice and shake well. Serve in Martini glass with lime zest salt rim. Garnish with cherry tomato, thin slice of jalapeño and tortilla chip.

To watch Don Circle create this delicious Guacamole Margarita, click here.


What's Neat:

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Want a twist on a classic Margarita? Take this libation for a spin >>>>

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Reader Comments:
Jun 3, 2011 08:16 am
 Posted by  Rae-Rae, the Flip Flop Contessa

Margaritas, chips, and guacamole should never mix unless both arms are broken, you are in a foreign country in which your friends and family can not get to you to help you drink and eat the above appropriately.

Jun 5, 2011 10:58 pm
 Posted by  drunken duck

This sounds delicious, and it's refreshing to see someone think outside the box. If you just stick with the old, you never learn anything new, Rae-Rae. Welcolme to the 21st Century!

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